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Ghost Prom debut

Last July I started this comedy improv journey and now I find myself performing with my first comedy improv troupe, Ghost Prom. We’ll be headlining the Block Party open mic show at The New Movement Theater tonight at 9:30.

First Block Party Performance

I was finally able to watch and perform at Block Party at The New Movement Theater last Thursday night. I chose to do a reading of a diary by a young girl in 1993 entitled ‘Going Nowhere Fast…Falling So Hard We Never Look Back’. This is the video of that first reading.
Going Nowhere Fast…Falling So Hard We Never Look Back Part 1

April Shows To See Invidkllr Perform

I will be doing several improv shows this month at The New Movement Theater on 1819 Rosewood Ave on the East Side.
WED 7th: The Megaphone Show (FREE @ 9:30)
FRI 9th: The Main Event (@9:30 $5)
WED 14th: The Megaphone Show (FREE @9:30)
SUN 18th: Awesome Freestyle Rap Tournament @ The Highball (TNM hosting!)
WED 21st: The Megaphone Show (FREE @ 9:30)
SUN 23rd: The Main Event (@9:30 $5)
SAT 24th: Main Stage: Megaphone Public Access (hosting)

Come out and laugh at me and all the amazing people I work with.

Ghost Prom

The very first Megaphone Public Access show was a success and the show will be returning Feb 20th at The New Movement Theater. The show was not archived but there are some clips floating around on
In other news, I was asked to audition for a new comedy improv troupe and everyone did really well! It was a fun time and a few days later I was informed that I am now one of the 7 improv actors for Ghost Prom! Yaaay. I don’t really remember the last time I tried out for something, but I was really excited and happy that I made it and it worked out. I’ll be working with some amazing and hilarious people. Things are abound in the 2010.
SXSW is gearing up. I’m not sure if I’m taking the whole week off or not but I will be writing/recording and DJing the music during the actual web awards ceremony again this year. Cheap Trick is headling, and that’s all I know at this point.
I did get to see Agnostic Front play the entire Victim in Pain album at Red 7 last Saturday. It was a great time and I felt 16 again. I didn’t break my back in the pit, but I did help break up the one fight that broke out. Good times, great oldies.
I will be creating another site for my comedy exploits very soon. Stay tuned.

2010 The Year of Change and Progress.

2010 is already beginning to be a decade of new beginnings and changes. That’s sounds like something Obama might say. In December I became single and dating life has already been interesting enough to keep me from doing it for a while. I do have a new show starting January 15th at the New Movement Theater. It’s a talkshow, podcast, video webcast, live studio audience show in the stylings of the old cable access shows that I used to love. I’m really excited about it and the first show will have guests John Kinsey and Wicked Celtics.
I also found out the other day that I will be moving in the next month or two. So long to The Bitter Pad house. I’m going to miss the hot tub the most. I hope to find a place more central or south for work and personal reasons.
Over the holidays I took a break from standup to concentrate on writing and the improv classes I’m taking. I’m now getting back into gear in standup and will be doing open mic tonight at Kick Butt Coffee on Airport. The last time I went up was at Cap City Comedy in November.
I also picked up a new HD pocket cam, so I’m trying to do some more youtube videos.
2010 the year of changes.

Off Night On TONIGHT!

Tonight I will be doing a little story telling at Off Night On at Mohawk.  Doors at 9.

“Comedians abandon their regular routines and tell stories based on a given theme. Past shows have been “The worst thing I have ever done” and “On the job.” Always free!  This month’s theme is “Broked” – stories about getting dumped, being dumped or being piss-poor. We imagine extra hearty hand claps will be dispersed to those who combine all three.” – The New Movement Theater

XBox360 Just Killed PS3 and Wii at E3

I just watched the Microsoft XBox 360 E3 show streamed from the Gamertagradio balcony camera.  Some big games were announced and some big advancements were announced.  They went through the already known games, Halo ODST, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Forza 3, Beatles Rock Band, and then also announced Halo Reach, Alan Wake, Final Fantasy XIII, Crackdown 2, Left 4 Dead 2, and a big pull from PS3, Metal Gear Solid.
The XBox has also joined some other services that many people use such and integrated them into the console.  Little services like Facebook, Twitter, LastFM, and Skynet live television stream broadcasting.  Improvements to Netflix is also coming.  No more going to the computer to add movies.  Also the ability to watch movies and tv shows with your XBox friends.  Still no Blue Ray but why would you need that when you will have instant 1080p HD movies and television.  I’m really glad I got rid of my cable subscription.

Towards the end of the show they ended by announcing a new evolution in not only the XBox but in gaming in general.  Controllerless gaming.  A new hardware device will provide 3D motion detection and recognition as well as voice detection and recognition.  You will be able to flip through the dashboard menus simply by waving your hands and start playing games or watching movies by simply telling it to play through speech.  They have named this Project Natal and they are stepping up to Nintendo’s Wii to get non gamers involved in gaming by removing the controller all together.
The show started a little neutral and then just got better and better with a big bang at the end.  Hopefully everything materializes and comes to be.  I hope for Sony’s sake they have something big up their sleeves for their show because Microsoft just put another nail in the PS3 coffin.

It will be a fun holiday season this year!

Latest Quest

Harris Hill Raceway visit

Whoapower emailed me Sunday morning and mentioned he was at the raceway and had a full tank of gas, new tires, and an extra helmet. I looked outside and it was a gorgeous day. I showered up and headed down to Harris Hill Raceway in San Marcos.
I was able to ride as a passenger in Whoapower’s Mini S, a buddy of mine from way back’s Audi (TT?), and one of their friend’s, Jefferson’s Lotus. They were all very fun and different rides. The Lotus was quick to pick up speed and quick to slow down for the turns. Towards the end of that ride a short loss of fuel caused a nice spin out at about 80 mph.
It was a great time which left me with a lead foot, a sunburn, and horrible idea that it would be fun to get into this.

Street Fighter II Tournament @ Red7

Street Fighter II Tournament